Litchfield Historical Society
Chiefly legal documents of Judson Canfield, including agreements, deeds, executions, receipts, statements, and correspondence, relating to his law practice, principally involving matters around Sharon, Conn., but also including several documents pertaining to the Connecticut Land Company and land sales in Ohio -- Includes letter from Julia Canfield Ruggles, Canfield's niece to her mother describing a party she attended, what she and others wore, and news of relatives in New York and Nyack, including members of the Bostwick, Flewwelling, Mackay, Ruggles, and Tallmadge families. Walter Ferriss papers include two documents relating to his affections for his future wife and letters concerning his religious activities, including letter written to Universalist minister James Babbitt, explaining why Ferriss is unable to comply with Babbitt's pressing invitation to him to go to Essex, Vt
State Library of Queensland
The collection includes photographs and a genealogy of the Bostock family together with a certificate from the Cooksland Colonization Company issued to Henry Bostock of Birmingham in 1848, and signed by John Dunmore Lang. The land order certificate was never recognized by the government
Wake Forest University - Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Family papers from several generations, including biographical and genealogical data on the Dalton, Scott, Poindexter, Bostick, and Westmoreland families; correspondence; educational files; financial documents; legal documents, including agreements, contracts, estates papers, indictments, judgements, wills, deeds, and land grants; Warden of the Poor record, 1798; literary productions; family photographs of the Daltons and others; and miscellaneous files
Litchfield Historical Society
The John Wright Collection (1715-1853) consists of papers related to the Bostwick, Buck, Canfield, Ferriss, Hine, McEuen, Northrop, Taylor, and Treadwell families; lawyer Partridge Thacher; and others living in New Milford, Conn. It also includes papers related to New Preston Society. Included in the papers is correspondence; deeds; notes, orders, receipts and other business records; leases; subscription lists; and other documents. The collection is arranged in thirteen series, one for each family, S. Masters, Thacher, one related to New Milford, and one related to New Preston Society. The researcher will find papers related to the families interspersed among the various series. The papers of Partridge Thacher (1714-1786) are of particular interest. He was the first lawyer in New Milford and was self-taught. His account books document the payments, frequently rendered in trade, that he received for his services. Other of his books document the dockets of the Litchfield County Court. ... Read More
Connecticut Historical Society
Genealogical notes, correspondence, Bible records
State Library of Western Australia
Includes Guy Edwin Hughes Warthwyke ("Yangibub", Fremantle), and family records from the Kalgan River area
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; school files; financial documents; legal documents including agreements, contracts, estate papers, indictments and judgments, warden of the poor record (1798), wills, deeds, and land grants; literary writings; photos; and other papers; together with biographical and genealogical data on the Bostick, Dalton, Jones, Poindexter, Scott, and Westmoreland families
Yale University
The principal figure in these papers is William Lewis Bostwick, the recipient of the approximately 213 letters which make up the collection. The letters were written to him while he was attending Jubilee College in Illinois and then Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. They are from family, friends, and teachers, and discuss student life, church matters, and family news with particular attention to the cost of Bostwick's education
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Original bible record (including N.T. title page) with entries for the Benajah and Esther (Bostwick) Webster family of Vergennes, Vt. Includes entries for the allied Bostwick family. Record also contains a photograph of an unidentified man, newspaper clipping on the death of Mrs. Daniel Webster, and a book mark
University of Texas Libraries
Papers consist of genealogical material concerning Austin County, Texas, families compiled by Olive Cartwright, partially from information obtained from the diaries of Sarah Charlotte Pier Wiley and her mother Lucy Merry Pier

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